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At AM on April 18, 1906, San Franciscans woke up to a quick jolt. And then it hit hard–42 seconds of intense shaking.
Buildings fell, sinkholes in the streets opened up, railroad tracks bent, and collapsing bricks crushed cable cars sheltered for the night in the cable car barn. It was the out-of-control fires that did 90% of the destruction to San Francisco.
After sifting through catalogs of library photos of the devastation of San Francisco’s 1906 earthquake, I picked out a variety of photos taken from April 18, 1906 to 1907 that I felt give a well-rounded depiction of what was going on in the city at the time. I found that many of the original photos I planned to use were in fact unusable because the photographer was situated in a place where a building stands today.
On the plus side, I’ve got plenty more material for a part three now.
To put these photos together, I first create a catalog of historical photos that look like they have potential to be blended.
My goal is to stand in the exact spot where the original photographer stood.
Doing this needs to take into account equivalent focal length, how the lens was shifted, light conditions, etc.